>> pelley: he hadn't imagined that leaving a war could be risky. >> worley: i got used to the structure and was having a hard time adapting to civilian life, because if you change commands or you move from job to job in the marine corps, they give you a checklist. >> pelley: life gets pretty simple. >> worley: yeah, it's pretty simple. it's... you know, i turn... they say "turn right," you turn right as fast as you can without bumping the guy next to you. you know, i didn't have a checklist when i got out. >> pelley: without a checklist, worley burned through the combat pay he'd saved before he looked for a job. turns out, unemployment among these young returning veterans is double the national rate, about 20%. the v.a. tells us that, already, there are more than 9,000 iraq and afghanistan vets living on the street. charles, what's it like out there living as a homeless man? >> worley: as sad as it is to say, i've gotten good at being homeless. when you have two pairs of jeans, a pair of shorts, and three shirts, and you don't have any money to wash them, after a while, the... you... you start to smell, and you know you smell. and so you try... i just try to what... try to avoid people.